Businessman murdered at his home in Nkhotakota is  ‘Charo ncha Yehova’

Malawi Police has said a  49 year-old businessman in Nkhotakota District was on Saturday night murdered at his home.

Police identified the  businessman as ,Isaac Banda, who was popularly known as ‘Charo ncha Yehova’.

He  also worked as an accountant at Salima District Education office.

Nkhotakota Police Public Relations Officer Sub Inspector Williams Kaponda,  explained that two gunmen went to  the deceased’s house during the night and they found his son together with a friend preparing supper but at that time the businessman was not home.

Kaponda said the criminaks introduced  themselves as “soldiers from Salima”.

He said: “ One of them accused the deceased of being in love with his wife hence they had come to solve the issue amicably.”

Later,  Banda arrived at the house from Kalimanjira Trading Centre where he went to visit his maize mill and the  thugs forced the deceased’s son and his friend into a bedroom and tied them with a rope after threatening the two with a small gun.

“The thugs then dragged Banda into his bedroom where he was making unusual noise,” said Kaponda.

At that moment, Banda’s son shouted for assistance and when people came they found the deceased lying dead on the bed with both hands tied and face covered with a green bathing towel whilst the neck was tied with wire.

The killers had run away.

The deceased’s body was then taken to Nkhotakota District Hospital where postmortem revealed that the he died due to strangulation.

Isaac Banda hailed from Malasa village, Traditional Authority Malengachanzi in Nkhotakota.

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8 thoughts on “Businessman murdered at his home in Nkhotakota is  ‘Charo ncha Yehova’”

  1. Winston Msowoya says:

    Khethesa,forget about this humbug sharia law,this is Malawiland of 99.02 percent Christians,we are not going to be dictated by ISSI barbarians,you can follow them in Syria or Iraq,we don’t want Islamic garbage in our Country.

  2. be humane says:

    nzika, even in countries with tight security robbers exist. ISIS is not operating in poorly security countries, what about Al Qaeda you will never have a violent or crime free country in the world. Learn to read more and understand what is happening in the world. Even in countries with death sentences people continue criminal acts warranting death much as accept security tightening that does not creating a crime free society

  3. KOMA KUMENEKO says:

    anthu akumamenyedwa akuti akumudyengera mkazi koma apolice osachitapo kanthu.

  4. Khethesa says:

    Real Muslims would not live in a house with pictures on the wall. The Hadith refers to this many times and to punishments for people who make pictures or decorations with the images of people.
    “The Messenger of Allah said: ‘; The angels do not enter a house in which there is a dog or a picture.”
    Reference : Sunan an-Nasa’i 4282
    In-book reference : Book 42, Hadith 20
    Abu Talha, a companion of Allah’s Messenger (ﷺ) and one of those who fought at Badr together with Allah’s Apostle told me that Allah’s Messenger (ﷺ) said. “Angels do not enter a house in which there is a dog or a picture” He meant the images of creatures that have souls.
    Reference : Sahih al-Bukhari 4002
    In-book reference : Book 64, Hadith 53

    1. EViews says:

      why waste all that time making references to books that only apply to you? The fact that you agree with a particular book does not mean that everyone else will agree

  5. Chilungamo Chimawawa says:

    oh this man was my friend. he was a good man. this is very pathetic. May his soul rest in peace

  6. sabata says:

    This is sad

  7. Nzika says:

    But for how long are people going to get killed before this government takes a decisive and bold decision to deal with the problem of insecurity in this country?. The level of ineptness in this government baffles me to core. The police has failed to provide security to Malawians and this is common sense. This could be as a result of poor resources or poor leadership, or lack of strategic thinking or lack of professionalism or being overwhelmed by the levels of criminality in the DPP led Malawi. This is fact: take it or leave it . Yes, the Army is by law supposed to protect Malawians from foreign aggression but when the exigencies of situations demand that as have been cases before and as the case in other countries where you have real presidents (with balls) the military has been deployed to back the police and provide patrols in locations and other residential areas. Surely, if this government does not see the need to bring the army to help the police in taking care of internal security in the face of the escalating levels of armed crime in this country then we have a serious problem with us. This government needs to grow balls and get down to addressing our problems and high on the menu is violent crime. How many people do you want to lose lives to criminality before you wake from you slumber and deal with the problem. Its simply a shame and an unacceptable to have such a hopeless government in any country. Its simply immoral. The army was moved in to help forest rangers to protect trees in Dzalanyama Forest BUT THIS GOVERNMENT SEES NO NEED TO USE THE SAME ARMY TO HELP THE POLICE PROTECT THE LIVES OF ITS PEOPLE. SO SAD.

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